A secret Apple lab in Taiwan made the news a few days ago, with subsequent reports offering potential explanations for Apple’s new research facility. After Bloomberg explained that as many as 50 employees are working on new display tech that would enable even thinner iPhone designs with brighter and more energy-efficient screens, a few reports suggested that Apple might be developing technology for flexible iPhone screens and micro-LED screens. Apple has been rumored to be planned a switch to OLED screens in future iPhone generations.
Now, a different report from South Korea speculates that Apple’s micro-LED technology could be used to create that can display holograms visible to the naked eye, eliminating the need for special glasses. More →